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Cintas’ cloud journey highlights flexibility and teamwork as keys to success
Part of the For Cloud Professionals podcast series
Cloud migrations require both a paradigm shift and a cultural sea change. Companies that see flexibility as a key component of success, and that leverage a team approach to navigate the changes cloud brings, will be well equipped for their cloud journey.
Teamwork and flexibility are critical to meeting cloud challenges
Moving to cloud requires a paradigm shift in development and operations practices, but it also requires a culture shift in how IT teams are organized and managed. In this episode, David Linthicum and guests, Cintas’s Julie Pettit and Deloitte's Barbara Johnson, discuss how Cintas and Deloitte have effectively leveraged teamwork to help Cintas make that paradigm and culture shift. They also underscore how flexibility is critical to overcoming some of the many difficult challenges on Cintas’s cloud journey. Finally, Julie reveals how having someone to guide them on the journey has helped Cintas deal with the many challenges and surprises that have cropped up along the way.
Disclaimer: As referenced in this podcast, “Amazon” refers to AWS (Amazon Web Services) and “Google” refers to GCP (Google Cloud Platform).
[We] spend a fair amount of time talking about who do we have on the team, what do we have coming on the team, do we need more on the team, right, so we can scale up.Julie Pettit is the Director of HRIS and Payroll Operations at Cintas Corporation, the industry leader in providing highly specialized products and services to over one million customers that range from independent auto repair shops to large hotel chains.
Barbara Johnson is a Senior Manager in Deloitte’s Human Capital AMS practice and is based in Detroit, Michigan.
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